|What do you see interesting about the Web 2.0 phenomenon?
That it will evolve into 3.0
Feed back between brands and customers.
As we become more social online and spend greater amounts of time interacting and gathers "friends" virtuality, I see people becoming less social in real life. I also notice that the younger generation of upcoming adults seem to have less developed interpersonal skills when they do interact. Online is great, but it should never replace actual in-person interaction all together.
Communication with a lot of interesting people.
That the idea of speaking directly individuals, to tell a story, has been lifted forward so strongly.
What I find interesting is the use of phrases like "the Web 2.0 phenomenon". There is no way to quantify the evolution of the web using such labels. There are no versions to the web, as is the case with software. Unless specific changes can be identified and listed, as is the case with software versions, the use of 2.0, 3.0, etc. to describe the evolution of web technology is nonsensical.
The most interesting thing about the Web 2.0 phenomenon is the interactive ability to reconnect with people you had lost touch with in the past.
The concept of collective intelligence and citizen journalism. It has revolutionised the way we interact with news and the way people behave online. Old sender/receiver communication models are now out of date.
More functionality for site development, different technologies eg AJAX, JQuery, Flash and so on.
Web 2.0 represents a new shift in the usefulness of the internet and internet applications. It is not revolutionary moment in time marked by a particular event or product launch; rather it is an evolution marked more by the dogged efforts of many individuals and groups across the internet to make it BETTER.
People who were considered tech experts became irrelevant if unwilling to embrace and learn completely new technologies.
I like that it's being used to connect people from all countries.
Employers took the lead with SEO and Social Media recruitment strategies, recruiters are waiting for the next boom to come and are largely blind to the fact that the talent their expecting to sell has gone viral and only the employers have geared up for that.
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